Saturday, October 07, 2006

When I win the lottery...

I want one of these babies!

A model of the Starship Enterprise used in the pilot and title sequences of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" sold for $576,000 Saturday at an auction of costumes, sets and props from 40 years of the "Star Trek" sci-fi franchise.

The 78-inch-long miniature of the "Enterprise-D," built by Industrial Light and Magic, debuted in 1987 in the episode "Encounter at Farpoint," and then was used in many subsequent episodes, as well as the film "Star Trek Generations."

Before you laugh, please remember that it beats the bloody hades out of this cheap, pathetic hunk of plastic garbage.
Beats it anyday of the week!

Ha, like anyone would pay money for something like that anyways.